trackback

Missed vs Trackback - What's the difference?

missed | trackback |


As a verb missed

is (miss).

As a noun trackback is

(uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Trackback vs Vendor - What's the difference?

trackback | vendor |


As nouns the difference between trackback and vendor

is that trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries while vendor is a person or a company that vends or sells.

Shivery vs Trackback - What's the difference?

shivery | trackback |


As an adjective shivery

is given to shivering; tending to shiver.

As a noun trackback is

(uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Promisee vs Trackback - What's the difference?

promisee | trackback |


As nouns the difference between promisee and trackback

is that promisee is (legal) a person who receives a promise while trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Reamer vs Trackback - What's the difference?

reamer | trackback |


As nouns the difference between reamer and trackback

is that reamer is a tool for boring a hole wider while trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Brashness vs Trackback - What's the difference?

brashness | trackback |


As nouns the difference between brashness and trackback

is that brashness is the characteristic of being brash while trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Downwards vs Trackback - What's the difference?

downwards | trackback |


As an adverb downwards

is towards a lower place; towards what is below.

As a noun trackback is

(uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Terms vs Trackback - What's the difference?

terms | trackback |


As nouns the difference between terms and trackback

is that terms is while trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Methylene vs Trackback - What's the difference?

methylene | trackback |


As nouns the difference between methylene and trackback

is that methylene is methylene while trackback is (uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

Impartial vs Trackback - What's the difference?

impartial | trackback |


As an adjective impartial

is treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased; fair.

As a noun trackback is

(uncountable|computing) a method to keep track of links to content, especially blog entries.

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